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I'm a year 12 student currently, going into year 13 in September, meaning I will hopefully start uni in Autumn 2021. However, as I'm filling out my application, I realised that UCAS says the Interior Design and Decorating course code doesn't exist on UCAS and on the London Met website, the course with a foundation year starts in January. I'm very confused because I don't think its possible for me to start uni before taking my a levels??
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You are looking at 2021/2022 entry. If it says January, you are wanting to go to January 2022. In UCAS the course code are there for me but it's for 2020/2021 entry, which is not what you want since I assume you are wanting to go to uni after you take A levels - I would wait till later on in the year since you have a lot of time since the deadline is January 15th 2021. There are two courses: one in September, the one without foundation year, and one in February, the one with the foundation year. Don't fill your application now as you only have one chance to send it in so make sure you have everything ready before you start to fill it out and I dont think any courses are open for 2021/2022 entry so you will be applying for courses before you finish A levels
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